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|Abstract:||The trees of <b><i>Dillenia indica</i> Linn.</b>, Hindi - <i>Chalta</i> are found in the evergreen forests of the sub-Himalayan tract from Killnaonand Garhwal eastwards to Assam and West Bengal and in many parts of South India. In Assam ripe fruits are collected for their sepals which are sour in taste and widely used in flavouring curries and in the preparation of jam and jelly|
|Appears in Collections:||NPR Vol.1(6) [November-December 2002]|
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